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June-21st International Yoga Day.

Yoga.. is a physicalmental, and spiritual practice or discipline which originated in ancient India. It is mainly useful to concentration of mind, Balancing the body weight, maintaining the body and to set the health in proper way.

If you don’t have enough time to do Yoga then you can do this Suryanamskar minimum 10 rounds to activate your body and mind.It is mentioned clearly that Yoga should be performed under Concerned theraphist and should be practiced under the guidance of Yoga theraphist only. Should not done any postures with out any proper knowledge. Should consult you family doctor before starting Yoga as your exercise.

For your convenience we are giving the method of doing suryanamaskar..

Have to do this Yoga in early morning time after brushing. Do this on yoga mat.

 You can go for Chart for better understanding the postures.

Step #1: Pranamasana (Prayer pose) 

Stand at the edge of your mat, keep your feet together and balance your weight equally on both the feet. 

Expand your chest and relax your shoulders. 

As you breathe in, lift both your arms up from the sides and as you exhale, bring your palms together in front of the chest in a prayer position. 

Step #2: Hastauttanasana (Raised arms pose) 

Breathing in, lift the arms up and back, keeping the biceps close to the ears. In this pose, the effort is to stretch the whole body up from the heels to the tips of the fingers. 
You may push the pelvis forward a little bit. Ensure you’re reaching up with the fingers rather than trying to bend backwards. 

Step #3: Hasta Padasana (Hand to foot pose) 

Breathing out, bend forward from the waist, keeping the spine erect. As you exhale completely, bring the hands down to the floor, beside the feet. 

How to deepen this yoga stretch? 

You may bend the knees, if necessary, to bring the palms down to the floor. Now make a gentle effort to straighten the knees. 

It’s a good idea to keep the hands fixed in this position and not move them until you finish the sequence. 

Step #4: Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian pose) 

Breathing in, push your right leg back, as far back as possible. Bring the right knee to the floor and look up. 
Ensure that the left foot is exactly in between the palms. 

Step #5: Dandasana (Stick pose) 

As you breathe in, take the left leg back and bring the whole body in a straight line. 
Keep your arms perpendicular to the floor. 

Step #6: Ashtanga Namaskara (Salute with eight parts or points) 

Gently bring your knees down to the floor and exhale. Take the hips back slightly, slide forward, rest your chest and chin on the floor. Raise your posterior a little bit. 

The two hands, two feet, two knees, chest and chin (eight parts of the body touch the floor). 

Step #7: Bhujangasana (Cobra pose) 

Slide forward and raise the chest up into the Cobra posture.You may keep your elbows bent in this pose, the shoulders away from the ears. Look up. 
As you inhale, make a gentle effort to push the chest forward; as you exhale, make a gentle effort to push the navel down. Tuck the toes under. Ensure you’re stretching just as much as you can; do not force your body. 

Step #8: Parvatasana (Mountain pose) 

Breathing out, lift the hips and the tail bone up, chest downwards in an ‘inverted V’ (/) posture. 
If possible, try and keep the heels on the ground and make a gentle effort to lift the tailbone up, going deeper into the stretch. 

Step #9: Ashwa Sanchalanasana (Equestrian pose) 

Breathing in, bring the right foot forward in between the two hands, left knee down to the floor, press the hips down and look up. 
Place the right foot exactly between the two hands and the right calf perpendicular to the floor. In this position, make a gentle effort to push the hips down towards the floor, to deepen the stretch. 

Step #10: Hasta Padasana (Hand to foot pose) 

Breathing out, bring the left foot forward. Keep the palms on the floor. You may bend the knees, if necessary. 
Gently straighten the knees and if you can, try and touch your nose to the knees. Keep breathing. 

Step #11: Hastauttanasana (Raised arms pose) 

Breathing in, roll the spine up, hands go up and bend backwards a little bit, pushing the hips slightly outward. 
Ensure that your biceps are beside your ears. The idea is to stretch up more rather than stretch backwards. 

Step #12: Tadasana 

As you exhale, first straighten the body, then bring the arms down. Relax in this position, observe the sensations in your body. 
After performing Suryanamaskar  don’t forget to relax in Savasana atleast for 10minutes.
288 yoga poses in 12 minutes! 

One round of Sun Salutation consists of 12 yoga poses. One set consists of two rounds of Sun Salutation:first stretching the right side of your body and then the left side. So, when you do 12 sets of Sun Salutation, you are completing 12 sets x 2 rounds in each set x 12 yoga poses in each = 288 yoga poses within 12 to 15 minutes. 

Surya Namaskar calorie calculation: 

One round of Surya Namaskar burns upto 13.90 calories for an average weighing person. You can now set a target for yourself. You can slowly increase the number of rounds of surya namaskar to 108. By the time you reach this number, you will become more toned and fitter. 

Plesantlife.com wishes all a Very happy Yoga Day which helps to maintain HEALTH always best.

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